Question about 1993 Isuzu Trooper
The vacuum lines attach right before the compressor if the turbo - there are special nozzels for that in the intake piping. And no, they have nothing to do with the smoke.
The blue-white smoke is coming from burned-vaporized oil. There's a major flaw in the engine- since the oil is clearly visible on exhaust then the turbo is dying, replace it ASAP. The smoke is this great when you slow down because then you don't have the foot on the pedal = very few fuel is burned = the temperature in the cylinder is low = the temperature of the exhaust gases is low = the oils isn't burned completely (or even at all) = lots and lots of smoke.
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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